Psychic Power magazine was the forerunner of Occult Digest, being published in the earlier part of the 1920s. Like the Digest, it was edited and published by Effa Danelson. Psychic Power was just slightly different in that it had less illustrations and focused a bit more on Spiritualism, seances and etc.
A year's worth of Psychic Power, bound.
Local spirit photographer W.K. Dunmore published a series of essays in Psychic Power which would later be published in book form.
Dunmore also had ads featured in the back of the magazine.
The Psychic Power headquarters, later home to the Occult Digest and Occult Book Mart.
Documenting seances and other events at the center.
Two articles from the same year regarding radio gaining "sight."
I'd read before about Edison's secretive inventions intended to contact the deceased. I appreciate finding this article published during his lifetime.
Publisher and editor Effa Danelon